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Tilting at Windmills: Jim Jones Live at Cervantes

by Jim Jones

Folk, cowboy, country, all rolled into a great, soulful live performance.
Genre: Country: Western
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1. Other Side of the Hill
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2. Can't See Him From the Road
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3. My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys
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4. Early Morning Rain
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5. Lights of Cimarron
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6. Rustler's Moon
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7. A Month of Sundays
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8. Ramblin' Jack & Mahan
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9. Meet the Band
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10. Buckaroo Man
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11. Last Thing On My Mind
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12. Train to Chama
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13. Gentle On My Mind
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14. Tom Ames' Prayer
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15. Breakin' Even
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16. Roseville Fair
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17. Sunshine On My Shoulders
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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I\'ve been performing at Cervantes Restaurant in Albuquerque, NM for eleven years. Contrary to popular opinion, it\'s not just for the free food, beer and Jameson\'s, although that certainly helps. The folks at Cervantes not only permit me to play the type of music I want, they actually insist on it. What a great situation for a musician! The place is named for Miguel de Cervantes who wrote Man of La Mancha, the story of Don Quixote, a delusional Medieval knight. He roamed the country fighting injustice and living his \"impossible dream,\" often \"tilting at windmills\" in his quest. It occurred to me that if you substitute the word \"musician\" for \"knight,\" the description remains apt. We did our best to capture the spirit of fun so that you might share in it even if you weren\'t able to be there the night we performed. So here we are, live at Cervantes, tilting at windmills.

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Rick Huff

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Here's one that's just for fun! The whole thing is as comfortable as an evening out at the neighboring watering hole, which coincidentally, it just happens to be! Fan-favorite Jones compositions here include "Lights of Cimarron," "Rustler's Moon," "Train to Chama," "Breakin' Even," and "A Month of Sundays." During the proceedings, Kip Calahan even pops in for a fine acoustic rendering of Dave Stamey's cowboy anthem, "Buckaroo Man." To hear all this, you'd never guess it was done outdoors with four lanes of traffic zooming by about forty feet away! A masterful recording trick by Jones and co-producer/bandmate Steve Kinabrew.
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